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Personal information
Name: Maske Rubach ,  Helmut
Departament: Biological oceanography
Division: Oceanology
Email: hmaske@cicese.mx
Phone extension: 24260
Research areas

  • Hakspiel Seguro, C., Cajal Medrano, R., Maske Rubach, H., & Villegas Mendoza, J. (2017). Temporal and spatial distribution of transparent exopolymer particles off the northern coast of Baja California, Mexico. Ciencias Marinas, 43(4), 249-267. doi: doi.org/10.7773/cm.v43i4.2732. (ID: 23316)
  • Maske Rubach, H., Cajal Medrano, R., & Villegas Mendoza, J. (2017). Substrate-Limited and -Unlimited Coastal Microbial Communities Show Different Metabolic Responses with Regard to Temperature. Frontiers in Microbiology. doi: https://doi.org/10.3389/fmicb.2017.02270. (ID: 22685)
  • Maske Rubach, H., Hernandez Ayon, J. M., & Beier, E. J. (2017). Aguas oce√°nicas subsuperficiales sin ox√≠geno, pero abundantes en carbono inorg√°nico y nutrientes, frente a las costas del Pac√≠fico de M√©xico. Elementos para Pol√≠ticas P√ļblicas, 1(1), 25-34. (ID: 22516)
  • Cruz L√≥pez, R., & Maske Rubach, H. (2016). The Vitamin B1 and B12 Required by the Marine Dinoflagellate Lingulodinium polyedrum Can Be Provided by Its Associated Bacterial Community in Culture. Frontiers in Microbiology, 7, 13. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2016.00560. (ID: 20582)
  • Viilegas Mendoza, J., Cajal Medrano, R., & Maske Rubach, H. (2015). INT (2-(4-Iodophenyl)-3-(4-Nitrophenyl)-5-(Phenyl) Tetrazolium Chloride) Is Toxic to Prokaryote Cells Precluding Its Use with Whole Cells as a Proxy for In Vivo Respiration. Microbial Ecology. doi: 10.1007/s00248-015-0626-3. (ID: 19112)
  • Cruz L√≥pez, R., & Maske Rubach, H. (2014). A non-amplified FISH protocol to identify simultaneously different bacterial groups attached to eukaryotic phytoplankton. Journal of Applied Phycology. doi: 10.1007/s10811-014-0379-2. (ID: 17677)
  • Franco Novela, A. C., Hern√°ndez Ay√≥n, J. M., Beier, E. J., Garcon, V., Maske Rubach, H., Paulmier, A., Farber Lorda, J., Castro, R., & Sosa Avalos, R. (2014). Air-sea CO2 fluxes above the stratified oxygen minimum zone in the coastal region off Mexico. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans. doi: 10.1002/2013JC009337. (ID: 16874)
  • Ochoa de la Torre, J. L., Candela P√©rez, J., Sheinbaum Pardo, J., & Maske Rubach, H. (2010). On the acoustic backscatter strength and vertical motion signals from ADCP measurements in the Gulf of M√©xico. In E. G. Pavia, J. Sheinbaum and J. Candela (Eds.), The Ocean, The Wine and The Valley: The Lives of Antoine Badan (1st ed., pp. 85-102). Centro de Investigaci√≥n Cient√≠fica y de Educaci√≥n Superior de Ensenada. (ID: 12144)
  • Maske Rubach, H., Cajal Medrano, R., & Jim√©nez Mercado, A. (2007). Microbios heter√≥trofos en el ciclo del carbono oce√°nico en el Pacifico mexicano. In Benigno Hern√°ndez de la Torre y Gilberto Gaxiola Castro (Eds.), Carbono en Ecosistemas Acu√°ticos de M√©xico (1st ed., pp. 101-116). Secretar√≠a de Medio Ambiente y Recursos Naturales. (ID: 11728)
  • Jim√©nez Mercado, A., Cajal Medrano, R., & Maske Rubach, H. (2006). Marine heterotrophic bacteria in continuos culture, the bacterial carbon growth efficiency and mineralization at excess substrate and different temperatures. Microbial Ecology, 54(1), 56-64. doi: 10.1007/s00248-006-9171-4. (ID: 10323)
  • Cajal Medrano, R., & Maske Rubach, H. (2005). Growth efficiency and respiration at different growth rates in glucose-limited chemostats with natural marine bacteria populations. Aquatic Microbial Ecology, 38, 125-133. (ID: 7663)
  • Maske Rubach, H. (2001). Derrames pluviales costeros en el Golfo de California y su posible detecci√≥n mediante im√°genes de color del oc√©ano (SeaWiFS). Los Efectos del Fen√≥meno El Ni√Īo en M√©xico 1997-1998, 45-49. (ID: 2488)
  • D√≠az, C., & Maske Rubach, H. (2000). Abundancia de cianobacterias cocales, par√°metros hidrogr√°ficos y la posible subestimaci√≥n de la clorofila a In Situ en el norte del Golfo de California y la Corriente de California, M√©xico. Ciencias Marinas, 26(3), 441-461. (ID: 6078)
  • Cervantes Duarte, R., Mueller, J. L., Trees, C. C., Maske Rubach, H., √Ālvarez Borrego, S., & Lara Lara, J. R. (2000). Euphotic depth, irradiance attenuation and remote sensing K490 in bio-optical provinces of the Gulf of California. Ciencias Marinas, 26(4), 533-560. (ID: 3010)
  • Cajal Medrano, R., & Maske Rubach, H. (1999). Growth efficiency, growth rate and the remineralization of organic substrate by bacteriplankton-revisiting the Pirt model. Aquatic Microbial Ecology, 19(2), 119-128. (ID: 4583)
  • Barnard, A. H., Zaneveld, J. R. V., Pegau, W. S., Mueller, J. L., Maske Rubach, H., Lara Lara, J. R., √Ālvarez Borrego, S., Cervantes Duarte, R., & Valdez Holguin, J. E. (1999). Determinaci√≥n de niveles de par a partir de perfiles del coeficiente de absorci√≥n a 490 nm. Ciencias Marinas, 25(4), 487-507. (ID: 4113)
  • Maske Rubach, H., & Latasa, M. (1997). Solar ultraviolet radiation dependent decrease of particle light absorption and pigments in lake phytoplankton. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 54, 697-704. (ID: 1142)
  • Garc√≠a Mendoza, E., & Maske Rubach, H. (1996). The relationship of solar-stimulated natural fluorescence and primary productivity in Mexican Pacific waters. Limnology and Oceanography, 41(8), 1697-1710. (ID: 1249)
  • Maske Rubach, H. (1994). Long-term trends in seston and chlorophyll a in Kiel Bight, Western Baltic. Continental Shelf Research, 14(7/8), 791-801. (ID: 1685)
  • Maske Rubach, H., & Garc√≠a Mendoza, E. (1994). Adsorption of dissolved organic matter to the inorganic filter substrate and its implications for 14C uptake measurements. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 60(10), 3887-3889. (ID: 1686)
  • Najera Martinez, S., & Maske Rubach, H. (1994). Metodolog√≠a para estimar la productividad primaria con 14C en oceanograf√≠a biol√≥gica: errores potenciales y recomendaciones. . (ID: 1584)

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